Michigan schools could get the bill for teacher evaluation changes

12:24 pm
Fri January 24, 2014

Michigan schools could get the bill for teacher evaluation changes

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The plan includes a requirement to fire "consistently ineffective" teachers and to actively mentor new teachers.
LANSING -- Proposed changes to Michigan's teacher evaluation system could cost local school districts and intermediate school districts as much as $42 million, but the sponsors of the proposed changes say most of the expenses are one-time costs the state could reimburse through the budget surplus.